Everybody Communicates Few Connect
Only one thing stands between you and success. It isn't experience. It isn't talent. World-renowned leadership expert John C. Maxwell says if you want to succeed, you must learn how to connect with people. And while it may seem like some folks are just born with it, the fact is anyone can learn how to make every communication an opportunity for a powerful connection.
The ability to connect with others is a major determining factor in reaching your full potential. It's no secret! Connecting is a skill you can learn and apply in your personal, professional, and family relationships—and you can start now!
What will you learn?
Part I Connecting Principles
1. Connecting Increases Your Influence in Every Situation
2. Connecting is All About Others 3. Connecting Goes Beyond Words
4. Connecting Always Requires Energy
5. Connecting is More Skill than Natural Talent
Part II Connecting Practices
6. Connectors Connect on Common Ground
7. Connectors Do the Difficult Work of Keeping It Simple
8. Connectors Create an Experience Everyone Enjoys
9. Connectors Inspire People
10. Connectors Live What They Communicate
“The goal is to go from a person that talks on an everyday basis to a person who connects and makes an impact everyday. Most people don’t lead their life, they accept it, hoping someone makes their day. You have to be thinking about how you are going to make another person’s day. The first thing you do is to put yourself in a place to connect with others. Remember, it is not about you, it is about others. Connecting is intentional. The second thing to remember is that great connectors always give a lot of energy in order to connect. When we are in a relationship that is full of energy, we are in a relationship that is full of life. “ -John C. Maxwell
Start date: upon request.
Lesson days: 2-day Seminar
Classes: 10am - 4pm
Seminar fee: Awg 975-: included lesson material, beverages and lunch.
You receive a Certificate of Completion for Everybody Communicates Few Connect -a certified seminar of John Maxwell.